|Restrictions:||Furman applicants only|
|Dates / Deadlines:|
|Term||Year||App Deadline||Decision Date||Start Date||End Date|
Indicates that deadline has passed
|Program Type:||Faculty-led||Language of Instruction:||English|
|Faculty Director or Program Advisor:||Jeffrey Yankow - Economics||Areas of Study:||Business Administration, Communication Studies, Economics, Health Sciences, History, Political Science, Pre-medical Studies and Health Care|
|Type of Course Credit:||Combination: Furman and Transfer||Credit Hours Per Term:||16 credits|
|Foreign Language Immersion:||No||Internship:||Yes|
|Program Features:||Internship||Eligible Class Status:||02 - Sophomore, 03 - Junior, 04 - Senior|
|Applicable Financial Aid:||Federal Aid, Furman Institutional Aid, Furman Merit Based Scholarships, State Aid, Study Away Scholarship||Housing:||Apartment|
EDINGBURGH INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
SPRING SEMESTER 2014
OVERVIEWThe Edinburgh Study Away program offers students a semester long academic and internship experience in the capital city of Scotland. Students will take two elective courses offered by Edinburgh Napier University and a third course offered by the Furman faculty director of the program. In addition to their coursework, students will complete a semester-long internship during their residency in Edinburgh. Edinburgh Napier University offers a full range of courses that can satisfy any student’s interests. Internships, judging by past years, will include the Scottish Parliament, the several Edinburgh regional councils, the media, the law, libraries, museums, health sciences and research sciences and businesses, as best fits each student’s area of interest and plan of study. As one of the great cosmopolitan capitals of Europe, Edinburgh offers students a unique and fascinating local culture with historical sites of global importance.
Survey of Scottish Issues, IDS 373
Instructor: Dr. Yankow
Survey of history, politics, economics, and culture of Scotland. Including appropriate readings, guest lecturers, structured group travel to selected sites, and independent assignments. Open only to students participating in the Edinburgh travel study program. 4 credits.
International Internship, HUM 507
Instructor: Dr. Jeffrey Yankow
Internship with non-U.S. legislative body, NGO, or private company while participating in a faculty led study away program. Weekly meetings and assignments appropriate to the location and specific program. If placement is appropriate, the faculty director may be able to arrange credit in the student’s major department. 4 credits.
Note: Internships in the past have included the Scottish Parliament, the several Edinburgh regional councils, the media (e.g., the Scotsman newspaper, local radio and television, and perhaps a few advocacy-oriented internet programs), the law (including the courts and advocates/solicitors offices), libraries (e.g., the National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh University Library, the City of Edinburgh Council Libraries, the University of Edinburgh Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, and the Scottish Poetry Library), museums (e.g., the Writers’ Museum, the Museum of Edinburgh, and the City Art Centre), health sciences and research sciences (placement at the University of Edinburgh, and Napier University) and businesses (e.g., the Royal Bank of Scotland, Edinburgh Tourism Action Group, and Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce), as best fits each student’s area of interest and plan of study.
Students take two elective courses for 4 credits each offered by Edinburgh Napier University.
Edinburgh Napier University offers a full range of courses that can satisfy any student’s interests.
Number of semester credits: 4 credits for each elective course
Instructor(s): Qualified members of the Edinburgh Napier University faculty will teach the courses taken by Furman students at ENU.
The program is open to all Furman students. Preference may be given to high academic achievers, to students who demonstrate the benefit they will derive from a study-away internship experience, and to those who demonstrate the ability to work in a group setting on study abroad.
ACCOMMODATION & MEALS
The cost of participation in a faculty-led program is equivalent to tuition, room and board for one semester at Furman. Inclulded in the fee is airfare, local transportation, on-campus and off-campus housing, most meals, group excursions, entrance fees, international medical insurance and four courses.
ADDITIONAL STUDENT COST
Phones, non-program sightseeing, personal items, and entertainment are all at the discretion of the student.